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Published 9 months agoWed, 06 Feb 2019 14:03:49 -0800

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Tags: Command Line, Management, Windows Event Viewer

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I would like to see on what days and time my system has started. How can I open the Windows event viewer command line?

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To launch the event viewer here are some options 1. Search for Event Viewer 2. Type Eventvwr 3. From a command line type eventvwr (press enter) You can search for Event ID 6005 which is Event Log started. Use the filter option on the right of the Event Viewer. To search from the command line use the wevutil program: wevtutil qe System "/q:*[System [(EventID=6005)]]" /f:text /rd:true /c:5 ** Note, events may not be returned, due to the log configuration/size limits. You may need to troubleshoot errors. Good luck. There are other event codes to consider. **Using the Event Viewer GUI**


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